Haiti - Social : Cuba collects with dignity 292 Haitian migrants drifting at sea for 5 days - HaitiLibre.com : Haiti news 7/7
Click to download the official draft of the new Constitution (September 2021)





iciHaiti - 2022 Caribbean Games : Bad start for Haiti (partial results)

iciHaiti - Insecurity : 4 employees of MSC Groupe shot dead

ici Haiti - Concacaf 2022 : 4th Edition of the U15 Women's Championship, our champions are preparing

iciHaiti - SWAT : Major seizure of materials in Tabarre, bandits on the run (Video)

iciHaiti - Cap-Haitien : The city honors Dr. Yvens Laborde of the Diaspora for his commitments


more news


Haiti - Politic : The new Deputy Special Representative of the UN in Haiti met with PM Henry

Haiti - Baccalaureate : Visit of an inclusive examination center receiving disabled candidates

Haiti - FLASH : Seizure of tens of thousands of ammunition at the wharf of Port-de-Paix (Video)

Haiti - News : Zapping...

Haiti - Diaspora Covid-19 : Daily Bulletin #834


more news


Haiti - Social : Cuba collects with dignity 292 Haitian migrants drifting at sea for 5 days
11/02/2022 10:18:29

Haiti - Social : Cuba collects with dignity 292 Haitian migrants drifting at sea for 5 days
292 Haitian migrants in an irregular migratory situation, including 56 children who were on an overloaded precarious boat initially destined for the USA, drifted off their route due to the strong sea currents of the Windy Passage Strait which separates the islands of Cuba and Hispaniola , finally stranded on the coast of the Province of "Ciego de Ávila" (Cuba) after 5 days at sea, exhausted with no more water or food...

The Cuban authorities and the Red Cross informed of the incident quickly went to the scene, the Haitians were rescued, giving them first aid, testing them for Covid-19 and malaria, before taking them to the hospital. former school of "Campo Ceballos 8", which is being restored to be converted into 73 accommodations.

Migrants were entitled to breakfast, lunch and snacks in facilities that had toilets, running water, real beds, sheets, towels and medical services on site, underlined Ana Francisco, Vice-Governor of the province.

Recall that 50 other Haitians were welcomed in Ciego de Ávila in October 2021 for a period of 25 days, before being repatriated by plane to Port-au-Prince.

S/ HaitiLibre

Twitter Facebook Rss
Send news to... Daily news...




Why HaitiLibre ? | Contact us | Français
Copyright © 2010 - 2022
Haitilibre.com